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Section 1

(50 cards)

Authentic Assessment

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Form of alternative that incorporates real-life

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Sequence for learning progression in geometry: (3 steps)

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1. The student sorts, identifies, describes by manipulating concrete models 2. The student classifies geometric shapes using their properties 3. The student makes/ test hypothesis using their properties

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Efficiency

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When students do not get caught up in too many steps

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Informal deduction (Abstract)

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Can recognizing relationships between & among properties of shapes or classes of shapes and follow logical arguments

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Cubes

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"Snapcubes"

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Subitize

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Instantly recognize without counting

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Chronometers

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Pattern Blocks

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Depth of Knowledge (4 Levels)

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Simulations

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Where students interact in a reality/experimental learning Monopoly is a simulations NOT considered a game

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Rate

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Tracking how many exercises were correctly done in a certain amount of time

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Naturalistic Assessment

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Based in natural setting of classroom (Observation)

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Analysis (Analytic)

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Able to identify properties of shapes and is learning to use appropriate vocabulary related to properties

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Assessment should be:

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Ongoing and summative (We should not teach then assess)

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Combination Problems

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Involve diff. combinations (2 pants & 2 shirts)

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1. Recalls Information

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Algebra Tiles

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Area & Array Problems

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Finding the rectangular area or arrangement

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NCTM

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National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

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Automaticity

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instant recall of a math fact without having to think about it

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Manipulatives

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Concrete level tools to help visualize math concepts

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Deduction

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Able to go beyond identifying characteristics of shapes using definitions, axioms

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Think Alouds

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Teacher says out loud what they are thinking when problem solving

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Natural Numbers

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Accuracy

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Careful recording, checking correctness of the results

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a + (b + c) = (a + b) + c a(bc) = (ab)c

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Associative Property

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Iteration

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Used to express the length of an object

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2. Basic Application of Concepts & Skills

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C2

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a + 0 = a or a x 1 = a

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Identity

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GCF

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The greatest factor that divides two numbers

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LCM

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The smallest number that they both divide evenly into

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Mult or Divi Problems:

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4. Extended Thinking & Complex Reasoning

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Composite Numbers

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Visualization (Descriptive)

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Can name and recognize shapes by their appearance & characteristics

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ab=ba or a + b = b + a

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Communicative Property

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Equal Groups Problems or Repeated Addition

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3 groups of 6 or 3 x 6 or 6 + 6 + 6

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3. Strategic Thinking & Complex Reasoning

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T or F: Problem solving & application of math should come after mastery of skills

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FALSE

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Cuisenaire Rods

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Alternate Assessment

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Portfolio's, Journals, Projects

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Base-ten Blocks

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C1

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Assessment in math should be

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Holistic (All diff. types)

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Flexibility

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Students are able to use more than one approach

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Objective Assessment

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T/F. Yes or No, Multiple Choice

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Prime Number

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Color Tiles

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Multiplicative Comparison Problems

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Involve finding "How many more times as much" or "stretching" the original quantity by a certain quantity

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Section 2

(47 cards)

Gold from Arizona and Colorado...

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260,000

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Polyhedron

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3-Dimensional figure Faces: are polygons Edges: outside perimeter Vertex (Vertices): 2 or more straight lines meet

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Equilateral Triangle

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Triangle with ALL equal sides

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Compensation:

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Rounding with still finding the exact amount Ex. 285 - 99 286 + 100

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Box has 1.5 lbs of nuts...8 oz

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3 boxes

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Polygon

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2-Dimensional figure

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Avg. adult male height?

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180 cm

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Avg. span kids arm is 100 cm, want to cover a track thats . km. How many kids do they need?

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500

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Perimeter:

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Distance around a polygon

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Polyherdron with 6 faces, 8 vertices, and 12 edges

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Cube

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b=a/c

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Provided c is not equal to zero

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Building a walkway around a pool. Can't exceed an area of 190. The pool measures 12 by 8, how much area?

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94

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Reflection:

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Flipped across a line, creating a mirror image

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Which number is the largest?

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2/.6

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Isosceles Triangle

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Triangle with 2 equal sides

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1. Front-end

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Involves adding the front digits together 345 + 675 3 + 6 = 9 900

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Numerator/Denominator

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3/4 3 is the numerator 4 is the denominator

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Turtle Population...

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By year 2050

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Dilation:

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Transformation that produces an image that is the same shape as the original, but is a different size

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Numeral:

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The symbolic form of a number

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4. Compatible (Friendly) Numbers

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Non-polyherda:

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Cylinders, Cones & Spheres

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Irrational Numbers:

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infinite and non-repeating decimals

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What tool do you use for place value?

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Base ten blocks

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Area:

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Amount of surface that a shape covers

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Volume:

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Amount of space a shape contains

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5. Special Numbers

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Est size of Rhode Island?

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3,140km

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Circumference:

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Distance around a circle

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Estimating Strategies (5 types)

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Which shape cannot be a quadiliterial?

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Pentagon

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Development Progression:

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1. Reciter 2. Counter 3. Producer

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C5

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C3

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3. Clustering

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Works well then the numbers are close together 37 + 68 + 13 37 + 13 = 50 so 50 + 70 = 120

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Doubling

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Doubling and halving

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Scalene

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Triangle with NO equal sides

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2. Rounding

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Rounding the numbers to the nearest 10 or 100 345 + 675 300 + 700 = 1,000

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200 fish were caught and tagged...

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625

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Avg. Temp of human?

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37 degrees Celsius

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Best unit to weight a person?

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KG

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Someone works 40 hrs a week...How much will they make overtime?

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$962

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Athlete swam 100 yards in 52 seconds...

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5.8 ft per second

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Rotation:

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Figure turns around a fixed center point

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Real Numbers:

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the set of rational numbers a/b

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Translation:

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Same size. Every point of the object must be moved in the same direction and for the same distance.

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2 special types of polyherda:

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prisms & pyramids

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